Lynne Siemens



Entrepreneurship, Economic and Community Development

Siemens, L. (2015). “We moved here for the lifestyle”: A picture of entrepreneurship in rural British Columbia.” Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 27.2 121-142.

Siemens, L. (2013). “Conceptual Framework for Understanding “Rural” Positioning”. Journal of Enterprising Culture.  21.1. 47-74.

Siemens, L. (2012). “Embedding small business and entrepreneurship training within the rural context”. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 13.3. 165-178.

Siemens, L. (2012). “The Impact of a Community-University Collaboration: Opening the “black box””. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research / Revue canadienne de re­cherche sur les OSBL et l’économie sociale. 3.1. 5-25.

Siemens, L. (2010). “Challenges, Responses and Available Resources: Success in Rural Small Businesses.” Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship.  23.1. 65-80.

Siemens, L. (2009). “Framework for Success in the Constrained Rural Environment”. Entrepreneurial Practice Review. 1.1. 40-53.

Siemens, L. (2007). “Resolving Small Business Tourism Challenges to Support Economic Growth”. Making Space: Managing Resources for Leisure and Tourism, Leisure Studies Association Publication No. 99. 147-162.

Siemens, L. (2007). “Challenges faced by Rural/Remote Tourism Businesses on Vancouver Island.” Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 1.4. 308-320.

Academic Entrepreneurship, Academic Teams and Collaboration

Siemens, L. and INKE Research Group (2016). ““Faster Alone, Further Together”: Reflections on INKE’s Year Six.” Scholarly and Research Communication, 7.2, 8 pages,

Siemens, L. (2015). “More Hands” Means “More Ideas”: Collaboration in the Humanities.” Humanities. 4.3, 353-368. DOI 10.3390/h4030353

Siemens, L. and INKE Research Group (2015). “INKE-cubating” Research Networks, Projects, and Partnerships: Reflections on INKE’s Fifth Year.” Scholarly and Research Communication, 6.4, 11 pages

Siemens, L. (2015). “Project Management and the Digital Humanist” in Doing Digital Humanities Practice, Training, Research. Constance Crompton, Richard J. Lane, and Ray Siemens Eds. Routledge, 343-357.

Siemens, L., Smith, J. & Liu, Y. (2014). “Mapping Disciplinary Differences and Equity of Academic Control to Create a Space for Collaboration.” Canadian Journal of Higher Education. 44.2. 49-67.

Siemens, L. and INKE Research Group (2014). “Research Collaboration as “Layers of Engagement”: INKE in Year Four”, Scholarly and Research Communications. 5.4.

Siemens, L. and INKE Research Group (2014). “Building and Sustaining Long-term Collaboration – Lessons at the Mid-way Mark”. Scholarly and Research Communication, 5.2,

Siemens, L & Burr, E. (2013). “A Trip Around the World: Accommodating Geographical, Linguistic, and Cultural Diversity in Academic Research Teams.”Literary and Linguistic Computing. 28.2. 331-343.

Siemens, L. (2013). “Developing Academic Capacity in Digital Humanities: Thoughts from the Canadian Community”. Digital Humanities Quarterly. 7.1.

Siemens, L. and INKE Research Group (2013). “Responding to Change and Transition in INKE’s Year 3”. Scholarly and Research Communications. 4.3.

Siemens, R.G., Dobson, T., Ruecker, S., Cunningham, R., Galey, A., Siemens, L. & Warwick, C. (2012). “Human-Computer Interface/Interaction and the Book: A Consultation-Derived Perspective on Foundational E-Book Research” In Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities, Marilyn Deegan and Willard McCarty, Eds. Ashgate.

Siemens, L. and the INKE Research Group (2012). “Understanding Long Term Collaboration: Reflections on Year 1 and Before.” Scholarly and Research Communications. 3.1. pp. 4. Revised Reprint.

Siemens, L., Siemens, R.G., Cunningham, R., Dobson, T., Galey, A., Ruecker, S. & Warwick, C. (2012). “INKE Administrative Structure, Omnibus Document.” Scholarly and Research Communications. 3.1. pp. 21. Revised Reprint.

Siemens, L. and the INKE Research Group (2012). “From Writing the Grant to Working the Grant: An Exploration of Processes and Procedures in Transition.” Scholarly and Research Communications. 3.1. pp. 8. Revised Reprint.

Siemens, R.G., Siemens, L. Cunningham, R., Galey, A., Ruecker, S. & Warwick, C. and the INKE Research Group (2012). “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Year 1 Research Foundations.”  Scholarly and Research Communications. 3.1. pp. 8. Revised Reprint.

Siemens, R.G., Dobson, T., Ruecker, S., Cunningham, R., Galey, A., Warwick, C., & Siemens, L. with Armstrong, K., Best, Michael, Chernyk, M., Copeland, L., Duff, W., Flanders, J., Gants, D., Gervais, B., MacLean, K., Ramsay, S., Schreibman, S., Swindel, C., Rockwell, G., Vandendorpe, C., Willinsky, J., Zafrin, V., the HCI-Book consultative group and the INKE Research group. (2011) “HCI-Book? Perspectives on E-Book Research, 2006-2008 (Foundational to Implementing New Knowledge Environments)”. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada / Cahiers de la Société bibliographique du Canada 49.1. 35-89.

Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2011). ““More minds are brought to bear on a problem”: Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities Research Teams”. Digital Studies/Le champ numérique. 2.2. pp. 22.

Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2011). “A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities.”  Literary & Linguistic Computing, 26.3. 335-348.

Siemens, L., Siemens, R.G., Wen, H. with Porter, D. Sherriff, L., Leitch, C., Armstrong, K. and Chernyk, M. (2011). “‘The Apex of Hipster XML GeekDOM’: TEI-Encoded Dylan and Understanding the Scope of an Evolving Community of Practice”. Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, 1.1. 1-14.

Siemens, L. (2011). “The Balance between On-line and In-person Interactions: Methods for the Development of Digital Humanities Collaboration”. Digital Studies/Le champ numérique. 2.1. pp. 19.

Siemens, L. (2010). “The Potential of Grant Applications as Team Building Exercises.” Journal of Research Administration, 61.2. 75-89.

Siemens, L. (2010). “Time, Place and Cyberspace: Foundations for Successful e-Research Collaboration.” In E-Research Collaboration: Theory, Techniques and Challenges, Murugan Anandarajan and Asokan Anandarajan, Eds. Springer-Verlag. 35-48.

Siemens, L. (2009). “‘It’s a team if you use ‘reply all’: An Exploration of Research Teams in Digital Humanities Environments.” Literary & Linguistic Computing, 24.2. 225-233.

Rockwell, G. & Siemens, L. (2002). “The Credibility of Electronic Publishing: Report on the Questionnaire”.  In The Credibility of Electronic Publishing: A Report to the Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of CanadaText Technology 11.1. 110-128.


Formation of a DH Centre/Lab, THATCamp Caribbean 2012

Introduction to Team Building and Formation, THATCamp Caribbean 2012

Scholarship of Learning and Teaching

Siemens, L., Althaus, C. with Stange, C. (2013), Balancing Students’ Privacy Concerns While Increasing Student Engagement in E-learning Environments, in Charles Wankel, Patrick Blessinger (ed.) Increasing Student Engagement and Retention in e-learning Environments: Web 2.0 and Blended Learning Technologies (Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education, Volume 6), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.339-357


Talks and Presentations Around the World

Talks and Presentations Around the World

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